We just moved to Texas about a month ago, into a 60 year old house that we're fixing up. It's an old pole and beam house- and it's like two feet off the ground. Well, there isn't anything around some areas of the bottom of the house, so animals and such can just come and go as they please. We have three indoor kittys and my husband won't let me take in any more. But yesterday I was walking out to my car and saw two kittens run out from under it. I opened my hood (to make sure no kitty had crawled into my motor) and then I left. This morning there was one of the kittens from yesterday sitting on my front porch. I really don't think they have a home- and I think they're probably feral. I want to make them a little house outside and feed them, and get them neutered/spayed, and give flea treatment. Is this the right thing to do? Or should I just take them to a no-kill shelter? I mean, my husband WILL NOT like me feeding them. I always get told how we're not the kitty soup kitchen and stuff. And I understand how we have three cats and that's enough. But if the kittens stayed outside (it's getting warm now) then they would be happy, fed and feral, and I would have a clear conscience. What to do???
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2/16/05 at 7:22am